Chuck Dixon and Dean Koontz team for Deen Koontz, Frankenstein, Storm Surge, Chuck Dixon, Sneak Peek, Dynamite Entertainment – out this week from Dynamite Entertainment.
There are certain comics creators I’ve followed for years, and with good reason – they always make excellent stories! One such person is Chuck Dixon, who writes heroic fiction like few others! Whether it’s novels or comics, you can always count on Mr. Dixon to tell engrossing tales that will be well worth the money! His latest project is another great example of how he can weave a powerful story in a comic!
Man, it’s tough attending a big convention when you’re sick as a dog! But the motto for Megacon 2015 was “It’s Fun Time!” and so I soldiered through this high-octane event and still enjoyed what I could!
Some comic series’ run their course, then fade away. However, some remain in the hearts and minds of fans for a long time after the last issue comes out. One of the books that has lived on in me has been Alien Legion. A new miniseries has now been collected and is available in local comics shops, so I’m very happy about it!
Chuck Dixon is back, and is as busy as ever! We discuss Alien Legion Uncivil War #1 from Titan Comics, including how this series came to be and that it may be the first release from this UK company here in the U.S. Then we delve into Winterworld #1, an ongoing IDW title based on a miniseries developed years ago he’s now bringing back to life. Everything is wrapped up by our focusing on Bad Times, his series of novels about time-travelling soldiers! Don’t miss it! http://www.podtrac.com/pts/redirect.mp3/traffic.libsyn.com/majorspoilers/WComics135.mp3 Direct Download Subscribe via iTunes Subscribe to the Major Spoilers Podcast Network Master Feed! Major Spoilers
Press Release They are highly trained. Their missions are classified. They are our best and last hope. And they do not exist. Follow SEAL Team Six as they train, hunt and fight an enemy who reaches out from the most remote corners of the world to murder and maim. These highly-trained, military men are the unknown heroes who endure unimaginable hardship and murderous combat to protect our homeland.
It all comes to a head on the tracks as the Man With No Name, the French Army, and the Mexican bandits all converge on the gold train, with bloody results. The issue we have been building up to is here, and not everyone will make it out alive.
Well this can’t be good if it is true. Newsarama is reporting Robin, Nightwing, and Birds of Prey will all be ending their series in February 2009.Â Is this because of the Morrison RIP Batman title, or something else?Â It can’t be sales, because Blue Beetle, Booster Gold, and many other titles sell a lot fewer issues than these big supporting Batman tie-ins titles. If the rumors of Robin being somehow behind R.I.P., that could explain why Chuck Dixon left the series in a very bizarre fashion, and why the Robin series may be coming to an end.Â Nightwing ended